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Come on! Women already make most of the spending decisions, and have since my grandmothers day!
So what your really saying is what will happen in the future is what's been happening forever!
Rocket scientists you folks aint.
Unless your name is Warren Buffett and you have billions of other people's money to spend, why buy during a correction?
I try not to spend too much time catching a falling knife. Messes with my golf swing.
Anyway, park it in cash or dividend plays and wait til we see what happens in November.
And get outsi...more
I believe in the adage don't invest in anything you don't understand. So I'll pass on FB.
But I'm still kicking myself on passsing up Google when I could of got it at $90.
Oh well, you can't win em all.
I know a guy who financed a boob job for his girlfriend on his credit card. My impartial observation can verify they looked great.
Shortly after she dumped him, and it took a couple years to pay the card off.
To this day, if I'm golfing with him and he's hitting shots and sinking putts, all I have to do is ment...more
To inexperienced? Well than he can always run for high office.
The same demographic who uses FB, could once again favor lofty expectations over experience.
Except this time more of them are unemployed , and in bigger debt with student loans.
Even if they spend most of the day online, their earnings potential t...more
Let's not leave out the 300 pound gorilla in the room- the reason for increased volatilty and cash parked on the sidelines:
Both the smart money and those in the trenches are waiting to see what happens in November.
Won't invest in it, but doesn't think were in a tech bubble.
Eternal stock market optimist, built on insurance company (other peoples money).
Believes taxing income more, but makes money on cap gains and dividends (taxed less).
We love to follow celebrities, but end up fleeced sheep.
A very smart guy, but what's g...more
Letting this one go. Hearing from too many people the thrill is gone and the novelty has worn off .
Don't get me wrong, a market exists and will continue, but the beginning of a revolution in human connectivity? Heard that one before with the 60's counter culture, remember?
Eventually it came down to getting off the ...more
FORWARD? Into what?
National Bankruptcy. Failed europeon socialism. A government controlled nanny state? Some more so-called recovery summers. Forward to sky high unemployment, and gas prices?
Weak, weak slogan. No A- game here.
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